Thomas Miles Richardson Jnr. (1813-1890).
Richardson, studied landscape painting with his father, Thomas Miles Richardson, Senior (1813-1890), and then established his studio in Newcastle, England. From there he sent works to England, which first were exhibited in 1832. In 1846, he moved to London, where three years earlier, he had been elected to associate membership in the 'original' Society of Painters in Watercolour. In 1851, he achieved full membership. During his life he exhibited at Agnew & Sons Gallery, Walker Gallery Liverpool, Manchester City Art Gallery, Royal Society of Watercolour Painters and Arthur Tooth & Sons Gallery. His paintings are in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Harvard University Art Museums, Tate Gallery, Tyne & Wear Museums and Wichita Art Museum.
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